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VOL. VII. NO; 278.
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COLUMBUS: OHIO: MONDAY EVENING. .APRIL 29. 1861:
8 IX DOLLARS 7X2 YZAB,
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DAILY. TEI-WEEILYAIID WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
aUBLISHlBS AHD PBOPEIETOEB.
' O Offic Bof . 86, 88 and 40, North High t.
TtfKMR INVARIABLY IN ADVANOl.
Gaily ' 88 OO par year.
" By th Carrier, per week, 12 Mnta.
Trl-WealflT ' - 00 parywr.
Weakly - f .- ' 100 " ..
rui or AdrertuinK tr tu) Square.
ns.Urlyat...820 00
One " ' 0 month 18 00
in. " "Smooths 15 00
'Jue " 3 month 10 00
3ne ' - month! 8 00
Sue " 1 month. 5 00
One aonare 3 week,
.14 W
. 3 00
. 175
. 1 00
. 75
One ' 8 weeks,
One " 1 week.
On " 3 ays
One " 8 day
On " 1 lmertion SO
. Displayed a4vertlimenU half more than the abort
'"Advertisements leaded and plaeed In the eolomn of
Special notice;" doublt ths ordinary ratet.
All notices required to bo published by law, legalrot.
If ordered on the Inilde exclusively after the first week
per ceu:. more than the above rates; but all such wil
piarlnthoTri-Weeklywlthoutchargo.
Vualness Cards, not exceeding flye lines, per year, In
de, t 50 per line; outside $.
Notices of meeting, oharl tablet ocletlei, fire companies,
to., half price.. '
AlltraturleiU advorUtammf tnurt 0 paid ft
i'lvanrit Tbe rule will not be rarled from. '
Weekly, tan prlceaathe Daily, wher th adrertuyr
sesthe Weekly alon. Whr 'h Dally and Weekly
an both used, then the charge lrth Weekly Will b
B.lf the man of th Dally " ' ! M
No adyertlsement taken except for a definite perloa.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring v Water Sta.e
Oolai.xxrl3Ui, Olxlo.
W. B. POTTS & CO,
And Manulactunr of Bras and Composition Castings,
finished Brass Work of all Descriptions. , ., .
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
febl '60-dly " '
P. A. B. smziKS, . :
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Anibos Building, opposite Capitol Square,
i ; - i ' ; COLUMBUS. OHIO;
Machine Mannfactnring Company
V.w.V.VnV ft n A A h k A V fcCSBBMaJf
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
CMtlngs, gUl-fltarliig, Machinery.
! , ALSO, ' '
n.ilxovd. Worts,
or iTitr Dxacumoit. ''
' COLHITIBUH, OHIO.
OHAS. AMBOfl, gap's- ' ' P AMBOSJtreu.
deoU, lHM-tf
i
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Winter Arrangement
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
Por Cincinnati, Dayton 4 IndianapolisI
Through to lndianaDolia without Change of Cart
and bat One Change of Care between
Columbus and St. Lonls.
THRF.B-TRAIN3 DAILY FROM COLUM
.Mfr v;-,: BUS..- -; .. rx
; FIRST. TRAIN. . i
(Dally, Hondarttxeepttd.)
NIGHT , EXP11KS3, 9ia Dayton, at 8:i5 a. m.,ttop
Dln at toidon, Xenia, Dayto. Mlddtatown and Hamil
ton; arrlTlngatOlnclnnatl at 8:M a. m.; Dayton at 5:
a.m.,IndianopolUat 10;4H a. m.i tt. Loulaat Jl:50
P'a' SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a m., topplng at aU Sta
tions between Columbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:08 a. m., Dayton at 9:15 a. m.,
Indianopolis af S;38p. m. '
; - THIRD TRAIN.; '
BAT BXPBB88,at 8:30 p. m., Hopping a Alton,
Jefierton, London, Charleston, Oedarvllle, XenU,
Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow, Doerfleld, oster',
LVvelaid, Mlllfordand Plalnville, arriving at Olncuv
natl at 7:20 p. m. St. Louis at 18 m; Dayton at 5:35 p.
a.; Indianopolitat 10:38 p.m. ' - -
Hleeplnr Cara anaU Wlfflit Train f
Cincinnati and. Indtanapoli.
BAGGAGE , CIIECiTe inBOBGII.
fotftiTther Information and Through Ticket, apply to
' " 1 - n. ji. jjvun ... a ,
. Ticket Aftent, Union Depot. Columbus, Ohio, ;
f'.- S. W. W00DWABD,
,j w ( Superintendent, Cincinnati.
. ! : r JNO. W. DOHHBTI
JalS 7V '"' ' '. ' ' Agent, Oolumbna,v
V
something; new;
HOWARD & O O '
AMERICAN . WATCHES.
s.
riAiii at no; 83, sorn MIGH ST.,
J and xamlnournewmakor
AMERICAN WATCHES,
..nru,hind b E. BOWABD At CO.. Boston, Man,
These Watches are far superior so anything ever offered
to the public, heretofore. Having th exclusive agency,
I can Mil them at price to lult the time. I have just
received a large itock oi ;
; AMERICAN WATCnES,
manufactnredty APPLETON, TRACT, A 00 i also,
fineawottmentof ' - f '
BROIilSH AN SWISS tVATCHES,
', In flold and BHvor Oaaei, at Panlo prioe. .
5nS3 "" ' - ' W. J;BATAfll.
' ' '"JtutBeeBlTeAt ""J "' . -
- Aft III. t)n GBEElt and BLACK
lUUItiAS too bags prim Bio Cone.
ISO pocket old Dutch Government Java Coffee
JI ban Cevlon OofTee, '.
gQObbls. standard Whit Sugars, consisting of Pow-
area, unruanea, uiaoulated A ana V uone.
50 quintals George Bank Oodfiah. -: t
80 bbl. Met and No. 1 Mackerel. .
ft tea. Pick Salmon. ',, '.;
10O tat. tayat Baisln. f , j . , ; j
Ohf. bokdo ;. do.(i,r-,! -. c: ', , T
lOOqr.boxdo do" -tOO
at Oigars, different brands and grades.
nov27 , ; WM. MoDOWALP.
M. C. LILLEY" -
BOOH.
And Blank-Book Mannfantnrer,
kobth sioa iTRrn, COLTTatBUS, omo
FADIILY IIOUU. .....
XTTHITE VBEAT, BBARDED '
-'-'bnoVflakii ,s-:-..'...
unkRiett Mills." Springfield, O. th bast brand
flour broughl t oar market. Barltrkctlon guaranteed.
lor sale only at, ; , , c; f , "'""",
100 Bouth High street.
aov
"I i-i'n t ,a
x. w imuhi,. Kill UluUVJVai.
A All alaes and olors Just opened at -BAINS,
dae.il.
No. W South High, street.
. I-. V. vrritl'.rY,'
a
ROYAL QUARTO'DICTIONARY.
. o , ,v ,:l '
The IateitThO IWgost-Tho Bit.
The Cheapest Becue the Best,
tTb Aloat Heliable standard ln
. turltyf theEntHaHlJttiiB;tafe.
SiBundreiEmtnmtSlucatortifOMo,
TnK BEST BNOLTBn StOTIONARt XTAHT."
1 'lUtrarf Jtoi Sriyvhr6i
"He io tre upwards of a Hundred Thousand Word,
who multifarious meaning and derivations, together
with thai i correct spelling, ana pronunciauon an clearly
set before lh y.;
pincimatt Commercial.
Btad tht DteitUmt of the HMwi of th Okto Stat
... JsacAer'j Aisooiuffon.
The undersigned, member of the Ohio Btata Teachers'
Association, adopt and aim to use In teaching, Writing
nd (peaking, th orthography and pronunciation
of
Worcester's Hoval Quarto Dictionary, and we most oor
dlally recommend It at tne most reliable itanaara an
tnority of the Kngiun language, as it is now written ana
ipoken, ,
Loam Awsaiw. P resident Kenvon Oollere,
v!i I.
M. D. I.tMrrr. BuDerintendent Zanesville Scl
IROI. XI . UARTITi Bup t nawiiou univn duuouis, t.
M. r. OownstT. Bup'tPubllo Bohoola, Sandusky.l
, Job Ltc, Bup't Public School, Olrolevllle. :
B. H. Baafoas, Principal Cleveland lemal Bemlna-
Wat. urrcXL, Bap sruouo bcbooii, . umo. -Joh
Oomn. Principal, Blate Normal School, Minne
sota. ' ... ,- v
Craos Njjmm. Frlnelnal fourth Intermediate Bcnool.
UlnoiDoaU. f . n-'SrtCM
H. 8. Maana, Bup't Canton union ocnoois. . , .
Xowin Knal Principal McNeely Normal Bokeol.
tu T. TarpiM, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University.
Wat . W. Bowaans, Bup't Troy Union School. ,
A. 4. Horaim, Principal. West High Bchool, Olero-
land. . . . ,
8. A. Norton, Associate rrincipai uignocnooi, uieve-
TntoDORi BTiauaa, rrucipai uign ecnooi, uieve
land. ' .
B. ?. HovisTOic, Principal Cleveland institute.
J. A, OaaFitxD, President of Electlo Institute,: Hi
ram. " i "
W. L. Hais, Prof, or Chemistry, .ohw weaieyan
University. .'fi '
H. B. Baamr, Bx Commlssloner of Common Schools,
Ohio. j . ,., .
Java MornoB, Prof. Bhetorle, Oberlln College.
Taos. Hu.l, President Antlocb College. ' ' '
0. W. H. OaTBoaaT, Prof. Mathemallos, Blgfa
School, Dayton. .i ........ . i . i -
B. 0. Oauaaaoon, Prof.' Language, High School.
Dayton. .'" " --'.l;n-
B. m. BAaaa,Bup't union Bcnoon,Asniano.''w .i
Mart than S Bundrtd other PrttiienU ef (MU
gt, t'reftuort, Mmort ana jsmtnguwua wuca
tori, Aavt mdoried tht abov tmtimmtf.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN. OHIO. .
Maaiarra OoLLnt !-'tt Is truly a maa-nlfloent work.
an honor to the author, the- publishers, and the whole
country." President Andrews. , '!' '
Onio WtaiTANUmviasiTT.""It exceeds my expecta
tion. It will be my guide in orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be consulted by me tor lt seat
and accurate definition." President Thompson, ,-,
W. B. Icucno Ooixna"Heretofore we havaued
Webster' orthography. At a recent meeting of xiur
faculty, It was decided to change It to conform to that
of Worcester' Boyal Quarto Dictionary.',' Pretideat
Garfield. .i :i--. , i .-. r i
Wtema Biintvt Coh.toc. "I find It Worthy of
eordlalapprobauon." rrestdem tiitcncoca, . ;,;
OBiaLiK Cotito. "It more than meets my expeotar
tlons. I recommend It a th standard authority la
orthoepy to my ehildren and my pupils." President
Morgan. ,,-!;h;i ,s .:r i.i I
Axnocn Ootixoi. "I adopt and aim to use la teach
ing, writing and speaking, tne ortftograpny ana pronon
elation ot Worcester' aoyai quarto dictionary, r
President Bill. ,: .;r i,.'i .. n.uH
"In all my writing,' tpeaklng, and teaching, I hare en
deavored to conrorm to tn rule lor ortDograpny ana
pronunciation asoontalned In Worcester' Dictionary."
Horace Mann, late President. . .
SutToa Ooitxo. Oahbieh. ''I most cordially reoara-
mend It as the most reliable standard authority of the
ngltsh language as It is now written and spoken."
President Andrew. .,-j fTi-Ti.i W:
l'"' 1 5ll.'. i'l
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF'OHIO,'
From Set. Anton Sinyth, Commitrtontr of Common
School in Ohio. - J', !
"The Dictionary I an Imperishable monument to lie'
learning and Industry of its author, and an honor to the
world if Inttura. Th nprhuilnal axMution la far MP
rior to that of any other Lexicon with wbieh I am ac
quainted." . V .,. 1
from Son. B. B. Barney. Ze-QmmUtionerjO
School to Ohio. , .,i,j .-:
The most reliable standard authority ef the ' lan-
guage." ..i...-. .
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..... wuai; mm '''', II'
Xadine Newspapers of Ohio Say,
I Jfrom ih Cleveland Berald of JfaroA SS: !
Th orthography ef the. Worcester Dictionary " that
used by most, It not IU authors of distinction In nil
oountry and England, aad conforms to thegeaeral aeago
of ordinary writers and speaker. ' " r .
Whatever sreindios may have existed previously, a
careful study of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation or it great menm, aao a aenr
to add It to the well selected library, be itiarg or (malt.
It la a library In Itself, and will remain ao it perisha
ble record of the learning ef It compiler. ,i H i i ' t u j . i .
Irom tht Cincinnati Commercial of April 00i r
Ben are onward of a hundred thousand words rood,
bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, ate set cieariy Deiore tne eye., inawor is
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Wortls
ever published. rtv i'l"'
from th Cleveland Floindtaltr of Sept. M, 1M0. :
Evidently WoacBTit'i Borax Qdabto Dionortaa is
not only th laet, but th ttnwork of th kind ever t
eted.andoan by no possibility suffer by oompariaon pr
eontroversy. i vi"i
From th Ibledo Bladt of May 99. i-'-Util 1
A to raosmacuTtoit, Woacnna tS Tin Sfiiibakrj
followed by our best authors; In deflnltidn he leaves
nothing to be desired, and In OaTnoaaamv It Is sufficient
to say that Woacxamt can be safely followed.,.'; '
' INGHAn it BRAGG, .'iifliU .1
Pnbllaliera, Boakaellera Ac Stationer,
NO. 191 SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO. .1
.gi - nil.'" li 4 J i "iUH'i . A
IlidJlf
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT,
IH H
IIEE INSURANCE COMPAQ;
" OJ .KWOllH , I :il
KToxviarUL, Sr.Tk,'
Dlrldena January l, l80l45Per Cent,
ASSETS.. UVJ ....Vi .
ftatemcnf January- le1801,',:",,",
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1800 J,i0o,58J ,39
Aecetvca lor rremmms sur . i
Ing the year 10 1783.033 55 ,h!.J.-J ,(
Becelved for Interest during v .
th year 1860 ....... i.... 814,014 19 I j i V
Total reoelols for 18CO....t977.O07 74 '.i M I '.', .
Paid Claim by veatn.oou ou
faid rsitcies surren-
i i li Uii
dered 41,111 99
Paid Balariet, Post
IwiK.'jI'ci .1,
age, laxes, JCx- ,i -cbanre.
etc. ...... 8I.CS0 54
Paid Oommlasioni to ,n-, ,
Agent .4U355 30
PaldFhyaiclana' fee.w 6.UC4 75
Paid Annuities,.-..' 1417 00
'; i V.J. ll(
7 vr .; a
irt;
Paid Dividend dor.
iiki in i '
log th year ,4,
10600 75 565,001 ti
let Balance January ha, 1801 4. 3,819(1)58 U
"ASSETS. .'.'ii4vmzi
ihon hand
noaas ana morigaga on noai ;) :.V , . :( ..I . J i .
latate. worm aoutue we
amount IOUWU aasiicm uo ii. ,r
turn notes, ou ronowi , i.i.nn i !'; ,'Ki
force, only drawlDg (J per ' ... i'
it. Interest......'..'.. l.S79,Pfl4 17 , .J.,.
Baa) latat ... 90,893 87
Loaason Scrip. ..... ,u 6,93144 t -
Preblum. Notes and Cash, In Jtr'it)i ix'.i
Cturse oi wansniiMiop.... aj,ow j
.win.
total Asseta....,.,.,..
S Policies In proo, insuring -9ty.g6iiZ$
l,f3S naw Pollds have been toned duriog ua yearv
Ater a careful calculation of the present value of th
Outsrtndlug Policies of the Company, and having' the
neoe)tary amount In reserve therefor, the Directors
navj demand a divtdwkooi to percent, en tne nremt
amspald at the table rate, to all policies for life In force,
Issohi prior t January 1, 1880, aayabl aeoardlng to the
prent rule of the Company. . , .. . i
Biteafor ail klnila ol Life Cnntthirarcl-. Prosiect-
nseaBtatementH and Application, will b famish
' v"a, at in uttio or Agencies ot ma ucm-
( y ,. -J . BOBT., L. VATT.ER80H, Jrealap.
ii TriS,y,WVKB Vice president.. ,. ,
NJ 0. MILL Kit, Mnt,try''-j i' i- ' '
M. It. UKBttOlfe Agent,
I " ' ' -ill anlirr " 1 "v
i ouiiiuiiuo.iii.ifinini, or moatoelebmted makl
nowjoffered in greatest Variety and at very low prim.
,i ,'if-'- .'r.ft ' I rl.-i. A1N sa jioet,
i apnn o, x poati
.... .ft ..",..
HO. OTBoathBlih street.
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STONE'S, BAZAAR.
No, 4 1 Ghvvnne Blcxsk.
A. ! P. STONE &' O'HARRA
ABE NOW RECEI flWG TirElIl WIN
- SIR GOOD 8, and invite the public to Inspect
them. No tuch stock of Qoods ha vr been breutrht to
this market., In Booth, in oonaequeno ot the failure
of the grain erpp, has not been able to purohaae the us
ual quantity of rloh goods, and this fact has forced th
Importers to tell them at pnbllo auction. Oor buyer
(Mr. Stone) being tn New Tork at the large wis, took
advantag of them, and we can and will sell our good
here,' at lea than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them In New York. Our stock I complete In
every department of ' "
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,'. , .
OTTOMAN VELOURS.
. i ;,.,BROCHE VA1ENCIAS,"
I . . i PRINTED MERINOS,
r "h i! PRINTED COBURGS,'
u . , . DYED COBUGS;
BLACK ALPACAS,
v ORLEANS, ..
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
si
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
" DELAINES.
AMD CLOAKS!
Fivtj " Thausand ' Dollars Worth
1 1 Bought in One Day,
At ana pialf tbn Coat ol Impoitatlon.
1.1)
LADIES' FURS,
II .h
nail Varletlca, of ths Celebrated
.i.
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nannfature of C. G. Gnn
thera & Sen.
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HOSIERY, DEPARTMENT.
Men's. Ladlea aad Children' TJnder Bhlrte and Drawers;
Ladles, aliases ana unuaren aosicry oi an ainos, in
Wool and Lamb' Wool: fleecy Lined and Cotton Gloves
of every mane.
A'jeampleta assortment of aU the usual varia
LAriES, CtOTIIS, '.
i Mi I I. CASSIMERES,
".l . . - nvr.RrnATiwna.
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
if a
.Ail
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's linen Cambrio Hand'
7M.
i T6 persons who call on us, w pledge our word to
show them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Good
ever seen in tnia market, or pay teem one uoiiar per
hour wane looking.
deol-dlyStawltw. 8T0NI O'HARBA
Our Cough, Cold, Boartmtii, Jnftu-
Ikroat. BeUev th EawHna Vouah
in Conrumvtlon, Bronhtitit. Attha-
ma, and Catarrh, Char and give
ttrmgiti to in voice or
. V VBL.IV aPEAKGBS
, and SINfaU.
irw are aware of the Importance of ohecklng a Cough
or "Common Cold" In it firststage; that which In the
hannin. nniii vlald to a mild remedy. If nenlected
nonattaiika the loon.. " Brown' t Bronchial Trochee,
containing demulcent Ingredient, allay Pulmonary and
Broncniai irritation
BBOWH'S
I
That trouble In my Throat, (for which
the 'Iroche' are a specific) having made me
TBOCBEB
often a mere whisperer."
N . r. WILLIS.
"I recommend their use to Poeuo tttxx
t." BIT. E. CHAPIN.
"Ilave proved extremely serviceable for
BBOWN'S
TBO0BXS
B.Bo'wiI'B
BoAasnrtw."
, - REV. HENRY WARD IBJSOHEK.
"Almost Instant relief In the distressing
TRdCHKS
iiowN's
Uabor of breathing peculiar to Asraaia. "
KIl. A. U. AUUbSDiUrf
'Contain no Opium or anything injur!
TBOOTIKStoas
DR.
A- A. aA las,
Chemiet, Botttjn.
BBQW'S ' "A simple and pleasant combination for
, 1 Cooohs, Ac."
TBOCBEB ' SB. 0. t. BIOELOW,
, i jtueton.
BBOWN'B "Beneficial In BaoHonms."
II . DA. i. X. W.JjAHA,
TBOCBEB Boston.
. . I i . r . ,4. -..M.. u
l l l nave prwvcu ,uvui cudiru, iui nuwr
BBQWN'B wo Cocoh."
n BET. B. W.WARREN,
TB00BE8 j ' Bolton.
.1 "Beneficial when compelled to speak, suf-
SBQWK'S ferlng from Com."
H 5 REV. S. P. 3. ANDERSON,
TBOCBEB Lovi-
; I "BrrtcTCit in removing Hoarseness ana
BBOWN'S IrrlUtlon of the Throat, so common with
; . . 1 Braxxbs and Biaens."
TBOCBEB Prof. BIAOY JOHNSON.
, . ,. - jlo orange, ua.,
BB(WN'S ' Teacher of Music, Southern
. '. . i female College.
TBJOBES
BROWN'S preaching, ae they prevent Hoarseneu. From
' their paat effect, I think they will be ot per
TBOOHEB maneut advantage to me." .
I BBV.B.ROWLET.A.M.,
BMWN'S President of Athens College, Tenn.
TBOCBEB IDBold by druggist, at TWENTY-
ML f A J Jsail A O A AV A.f
jr BOBBBT8 A SAMUEL, r,
.i DrnggUt, 24 North Blgh street.
' , S. E. SAMUKL at CO..'
i i 65 South High atreet, Oolambn, 0. .
. eaart-deodlm ,
NEW, ARRIVALS
OF
Spring & Summer Millinery.
,. Xha gtwok Revten-lshed
JfROITI LATEST IMPORTATIONS OF
."JEW YOB K.
' MT STOOK Of
Spring; & Summer Millinery
t!aw completer eomprlttng every variety of Uillln-
rj; also', a Urge assortment of Embroldsiies, Hosiery
and JHoUtna, Ate., and In quantities and price that canj
not fall to-ult all who may favor ns with a call. The
goods hav been bought at Panic prices, and will be sold
at i small adraao en cost.
.1,1 ,i I'f.i i
jlttiKEEy;;.;".;1.;-',-.':,
I'.i il.i
ii iii Mi E. VbUNG, late of New York City,
il superintend the Millinery Department. Ber long
eaMrlenea in the-most f uhlonable Zstabltshment
Brbadaray W1U alone be A warranty that she trill be able
Is pr .entire satisfaction In matters of last to all who
ay favor her with their orders.
I' The Ladles ef Columbus aad vkinltv will nleaa
(imy sincere thanks for their liberal patronage,
I would respectfully solicit a continuance of the seme.!
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WAIIE,
!8 East Tswn M.,
Columbus, O.
aprll-dSm-cod ' ' '
Employment
rTWK StJBftRRIRKIta). DRAI.imn
A at Staple Article, will furnish employment
nw aoav men io aci a agent lor tnetr boas,
preference will be given to those who are well acquaint
ed In the district for which they apply.
I For which cervloe they are willing to pay a salary
oi.iront ! a ,1. ill ? .'j.-, ;.
1600 1 Io .1800 . nv wear, and Einan
1 1 1
:f
. : ' W ; B. HOBEH0TJ8B fc CO.
'. 3 and 3. Exchange Place,
janSS dAa. JereeylOlty, N. t.
M
Ar.Tfe!! Ar TIIHita n a a nv? ww ii"ri
. of alacaat auatltie for LadiM: alia. M !'
-r
TtEPEM.ANT OR WATER-PROOF
W C1.0AE OLOTHB. Also, other make of Spring
uioaa uiouii, man aestraDi Dinar ninoing, xa
tal ana Button to match, . . BAIN a SON,
apriiS'i
- Ne. BO South High street.
I1BXI.
..t00
Daily, per year,
Tri Weekly, per year.
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Weekly, per year -
1 00
My Daughter Minnie.
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Mitt,
A (Am ihm am well. It It not less (ban for.
ty my little homo-flock waa led, In the matter
of years, by daughter Minnie pretty name, I
always tnongnt. minnie wao a b uhu, uu,
being the firatAorn, wai half-maternal in her
management of the later-comers, even down io
little "Pigeon," the lateet and tiniest of them
all. , ... ...
The picture or Minnie is just as irean in my
memory as though the forty years which hare
simmered and evaporated since had been weeks
Instead. But it is a father's eye tnat looks orer
these years at Minnie, ana tne neauiy may ne
half fancy a sort of affections! Illusion. Those
we lore are transparent, yon know we who love
them look through into the heart, and then im
agine it is snr face-tint and surface-light of whloh
wears thinking.
This much 1 knowi minnie waa toe neat, most
affeotlonate, and wildeat of daughters ooe of
thnoA anirited but indnstrious little creatures
upon whose enterprise and tact the greatest and
strongest or ns win invoiuuHu-uj iu.
"Minnie, snail t want are ur en ureauuis in
till, akirtl" her mother would say.
Lookioe up, with just a little knitting of the
forehead, after a moment s thought, Minnie
rniiM answert, . . .
"I think five will do, mother," and five it
was. ' . v ...
I tan hear, even now, the voice or Minnie's
mother, she has been gone twenty years, dear
heart 1 calling irom tne neaa of toe stairs
"Minnie : Bay Minnie r
What, mothert"
What shall we have for dinner, to-day t"
"Ton are tired, mothers let's hare a little ham
and soma eggs, with some peas from the garden,
and bread.". That settled the bill of fare.
And bo it was through the livelong day; lor,
in all the domeatio Dolitv, Minnie, though onlv
th Prime Minister. nosBessed full regal power.
At this time this forty years ago I tu of
coarse in the prime of life, and lull of the cares
and responsibilities wnicn cluster ana cung to
one's manhood. I was largely engaged in ac
tive business, received some sliebt evidences of
public confidence, saw a large family coming np
about me from all of which my natural posl
tiveness and force ofebaracter received more or
less strengthening.
One nisht.when the last candls had been ex
tingulshed, and all was hushed, my wife said,
with some anxiety oi tone t
'Husband. I feel uneaBT about our Minnie."
Minnie! Wbr, what's the matter is she
sick 7"
"No, she isn't elck, but "
"Bat what, wifet"
"Why, Minnie is I mean, she seems to be-
well, I'm afraid she likes Jemmy Bran."
"Jemmy Brunt She'd better not." And I
leaped to the floor and walked to the window.
"Jemmy Brun and our Minnie ! a pretty
match! '
"I was afraid you would be disturbed, dear;
but don't take it too muoa to heart, husband.
1 dare say we can put a stop to it." And mo'h
erly sobs came Irom tbe pillow.
- "Put a stop to it! I guess I will. Jemmy
Brun and our Minnie! I guess I toil put m stop
to it!"
And who was Jemmy Brunt A young man of
some two years' residence in the neighborhood,
of good habits, so far at I knew, bnt altogether
and diametrically : opposea io mj taste, u my
ideal of manlineta. I had always worshipped
business tact and enterprise. It had taken me,
when n nennlless boy, and brongnt me np tnro'
numberless difficulties to a position of lnfls
ence. That which was fouod in my nature
when young was thns nourished and rooted
through all the alter years of struggle ripening
into triumph.
The voune man was of a literary turn of mind;
had taught in an academy; was a writer, it waa
said, for one or twe periodicals. There was an
air of sentiment about him. ,n ia locks ana
manner, whloh mho precisely within theseope
of my contempt. ' I bad known it in others in
strong bnsiness men this ntter contempt for
tbe least possible manifestation of sentiment;
for those unthrifty fellows who have never an
eye for business, out nang upon ine turn of
houeht. clasp imagery, ana ride upon rhythm.
Yoa may see it now every day in commercial
houses. It springs, I think, from the absolute
antagonism of fact and fancy of the figures
which dot tne pages oi tne leoger ana loose
m-hlrih Illume the lines of the Doet. "Th Ma
ses frowned on me," said a German poet, "for
keeping account books." unaonDtediy. nor
is tbe knight of the balanee-sheet leas intolerant
towards those miserable fellows whose entire
stock-in-trade can be stored within a very little
cavity just behind tne irootai bone.
Mr good wile had a time of it cooling me
down, and preventing the adoption of. most vio
lent measures, bven wnea 1 naa formally sur
rendered to ber superior discretion, I ohafed at
times like a bear in harness. If wife hsdnot
been almost a Rarey in tact, I should certainly
havo broken Into plnngings even sooner than
did. v
Minnie was taken one day into solemn confer
ence bv her mower, wun oniy dubst in tbe
door-way as auditor. Bnt the child, though she
blushed very mucn, vnovea anoat from seat to
sea', and tore pieces of paper into bits, declared
she was heart-whole yet "as why shouldn't she
bet for Jemmy Brun had never said a word to
her which any man might not have said to any
maiden."
So wife and I got easy again.
But what should 1 see one evening at twilight.
while sauntering ott under the ahadowa of mv
own grove of forest sake not tar from the house,
but two figures nituog siowiy nither and thith
er among the distort trees. Like a knevo as
was, l sat on tne ground, ana watched them
watched them nervously, glaringly, till I saw
Jemmy Mrun give Minnie a kiss on Her lips, and
look lovingly alter ber as sue slipped away . .
I was reclining upon th sward bv her oath
Determined to meet and confront her there,
sat and watched ber coming.-
Certainly Minnie's face never wore that ex
pression before. ; it waa not gieetui, bnt 11 waa
radiant, and her eyes, which wera bent on the
ground, and hence only visible as the earn very
near me, naa a ngnt anu aepu tnat merer aaw
before. She passed me; bo utterly was the
child absorbed in ner own emotions. ...
"Minnie!'! I said, in a ton which startled
myself acaroely less than the child.
"Oh!" and she sprang, from the path as
though the sound bad been a rattle among th
crasa.
o. . . . .
1 raieea myseu siowiy am verysiow wnen
very angry and, standing stimy beior her!
elowered down Into her eyes Minnie's beauti
ful living eyes with a sternness wbioh had
never failed to terrify..; Bat the child, though
she trembled like an aspen at first, brought her
fathers sDlrit to tne rescue, and, In the airength
ot love aod Innoeenoe, looked Into her father'
ansrv face at length with perfect composure, t
I must not repeat ine woras tnat loiiowed-.
theyabaU never be written and wonld to God
thev had never been spoken 1 ' ' '' '' -
Minnie bad fclven him her heart, and wonld
sire Mm ber hand. How could sheheloitl
Even her father s Anger should not prevent her
fulfilling uerwotd; tor was not Jemmy Brun
worthy, and was not her father's anger un
reasonable and uijustt All this she said to me
with the deep calmness of a perfect heroine,
while 1 stood tier almost as much aatoniahed
aa angry.
"Wile, it's all up with" Minnie," . said
striding Into the sitting room, and breaking
upon a most comioname aiternoon reverie, on
ly relieved oy tne solemn ticking or tbe clock
and the busy click of th knitting-needles. -"Lord,
what' the matter?" and the ball
yarn rolled across the floor, while a flower-pot
on the w
inaow ieu, spiiuog ana crashing on tne
bricks ol
teiae; "there goes tne nower-pot tell
you. look as pale a a sheet." ', "'.
me quid
Mlmjle' has promised to marry that scape-
graoe inj
spite of nsi ithe says she will to
in tb fee of my absolute commands." ,
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I
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Thereupon I walked the floor, wife storing at
m th while.
"I'll never forgive her never." , t ,
"Husband.stop and think. He "
"I teea't stop and think. 1 say I'll never for
give her; and I won't. Call her In."
Wife left the room in searoh of Minnie. She
was goo a long while; from whioh circum
stance I bar always had the suaplolon that
ah spent th time in soothing and oomfortiogs
scarcely So he considered as abetting my view
of th .W. r At length they returned both
tearful. We sat down together, a oonstralned
group Minnie very tearful, but very sweet and
beautiful. The interview tras short, and these
were the closing words - i
"f ather, 1 have always been aauuiui cniia
yon will do m tnati justice, nut i tore mis
man. Yon grant that bla cbaraoter la unim
peachable, hut yon forbid our marriage because
yon have a prrjudioe agalnat him. I lor and
honor yoa, father, Yoa cannot doubt that; but
in this case I must follow th dictate of my
own heart." . ' i
"Do so If yon will; but remember,) oor father
will never forgive yoa."
Tuns ended tne interview wue soooiDg ais
tressfnlly, Minnie weeping quietly, and I sit
ting glum and angry.
Minnie kept her word, and became the wife
of Jemmy Brun.
1 did not forbid them ihe bouse, as most an
gry father are said to do; bat I told Minnie
again that she had lost my love and oare. Then
1 was so foolish as to see Jemmy Hruo, and, in
a very silly apeeoh, Inform him that, since he
was taking ,uy daughter from her latber witn
out hiecoosnt, he need.expeot no gifts or favors
now or hcAeeforth. Sb would not be allow
ed to abare in the family inheritance, nor ahould
I render the least assistance if they "should
come to want." I shall never forget th queer
look the yonng man gave me a glance in which
pride seemed almost vainly struggling with a
cluster oi mirth-sparkles.
"Very well, sir; we will try and not 'come to
want.'" ,
That was all he said; but the cool self-posses
tion of his manner made me leel as though I
had undertaken to drive a nail and had pounded
my noger..
I had always been demonstrative toward my
children the elder as well as th younger
minnie naa never lost ner rignt to ber father's
knee, nor did she ever meet me in the morning
or part from me at night without a kits. This
waa denied her now. Poor child! it was tbe
sorest trial of all. Once or twice she clung
tearfully to me in my sternness, and, reaching
up to elaap my neck with ber white arms, tried
to bend my lips to hers. No. I promised her
never a kiss while i lived.
women are strange creatures. There was
wife, wbothad entirely sympathized with me. aa
I supposed, absolutely giving aid and comfort
to onr recreant daughter. I verily believe that,
long oeior ine weaaing-day came, she was as
inorongniy interested in tne whole affair as
though Minnie bad been about to scarry the
best bnsiness man in town. Little use wss it
for me to tighten my purse-strings, and direot
that tbe child should have no marriage outfit
of wardrobes, pillow-cases, counterpanes, and
the thonaand and one et ceteras In which moth
er take such pride and pleasure. In spite of me,
but turrepiitiously, Minnie was well provided
for, I am sure. I remember that th shopman's
bills for some ten months after seemed unusual
ly full, both in number of items and footing of
column; and I shrewdly suspect that wife had
arranged with the tradesman to have articles
scattered along through the months. She waa
always a good financier.
The oeremony was pertormed in chnrch. I
was present, lest my absence might give too
great notoriety to the family jar. Useless. The
whole town, having long aince been made ac
quainted with th state of affairs, the bride's
beauty and tne bridegroom' popularity set
many eyes on me with the sparkle of criticism
in them.
"He needn't look so savage Ilk," mattered
a gruff old yeoman behind mes "there ain't a
likelier young feller anywhere hereabout than
Jemmy Brun; an', though Minnie be pnrty as a
pine, ii' a gooa mawn, i say a real even bar
gain ao."
Long, long montns went oy arter th mar
ring tedious, unhappy months to me. ' I knew
1 waa being soured by the self Imposed restraint
on th affectlonal part of my nature. Minnie
earn to her old norae sometimes. Once or
twice she begged for the return of the old love,
the old horn kiss. No. My daughter was
happy In her husband, bappy in her new home.
But I saw very plainly that the bliss of th old
home was lost to ber. '
Nearly two years went back into the oast.
shadowed in this manner, when a little human
blossom waa laid In it cradle. A little, strag
gling wee thing another little Minnie. Poor
me: Here was a new innuenc to ba itemmed,
at boat stem another gust and another ware.
But I braced myself: and, when I had been
forced into Minnie's chamber, stood orer 'the
pale child with th little one on her arm,' 'and
beaid the faint voice add to the1 sweetlv-be-
seeching look, "Do kiss me, father!" I shook
my beau, end went oat. . " J ;
Une day a Strang change cam over the
yonng mother, alarming the experienced, and
giving to the physician that omlnons air of
grave mystery which strikes Into the soul of the
loving. I moved abont foil of fear and guilty
distress. The symptoms became more and
more alarming ahe was sinking. I was called
to ber bedside, as to that of my first dying
child. - As I bent over th white face, almost
translucent with weakness, illumined by eyes
all nndlmmed by illness, my Minnie gave me
th old-timed glance of love, and throwing np
her hands as If to clasp my neck, said falntl.
bat oh! so earnestly
"Kiss me, father!"
I bent down to my daughter, mv first-born.
and w wept long together the strong father
and tbe falntlybteathing child.
What do yoa think Minnie dldt Wbv she
got well again, and in two month was aa mu
sical as a lark, and aa gay, looking after
the little Minnie, like a pretty mother as she
was. '
However, the Ice was fairly broken, and I waa
my old fatherly self ever after. Minnie even
ventured, after a time, to make merry at my
expanse over tbe fact that not only was Jemmv
Brun tbe best of husbands, but ono of the well
known of American writers.
I think I was a very great fool.
Watches I Diamonds!! Silrer Ware!!!
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF COLD
and Silver Watch, In great variety. -I
m Aient for the Anaaieaa Watcb On .
sell these excellent Watches at manufacturers' dibm.
Come and ehoos from my besntlful display ef Dia
monds and other rich Jewelry. Style new price low.
As to Silver War of sterling quality, I can show new
pattern, very handsome . , , ,
Bilver Plated Ware, Tea 8ett,rjrn, Wallrs, Castors,
Baskets, Pitcher, Goblet. Knives. Vortta. annnn.
Then I have a supply of An Table Cutlery, Pocket
Knives, Baaora, Ao., and many Fancy Goods each as
are desired for present at such prioe as sr in indac-
ment to tne puranasen wal. BLYNN,
1. ' Wo, 10 Buckeye Block,
r81 Worth side State lions square.
IT-ENT :LE M K N 8 I URNISHIIVO
VA w w w a s ,
Novelties Io Neck Ties nd Soarfs.
" ..'."Byroa and Garrete Collar.
. " "BBbrelderedPoeket Handkerchief.
- Pari Kid Gloves, superior make.
Golden Bill Shirts, various style. '
, Boy' Golden Hill Shirt, do
. Driving and Street Gloves, do !
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchief, various styles.
Hlf Hon aod Under Garment.
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apilu No. 89 South High atreet.
Notice,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
in
rrHE FOLLOWING CnAItSKfl VKRR
A made In th the offloer ef this Bank, Jannary iVIh,
1881, to wit; Wh. A. Purr, President, and Taoau
MooDta, Cashier, resigned their office. Davis Tavloa,
lsq., wa then elected President aad Wn. A. Platt ap-
- By order ef th Board ef Director. . .,
fee 5, UUl-dtf. W. A. PLATT, Cashier,
'
HATING THIS
Stock Groceries to!
DAT. HOLD OCR
fully rooommend hist to onr old patrons and friends.
, 1 THOS. WALK tit A, aiw
. Oolnmbul(arcllS0lh,18t)l. apl-dtf. .v .. i
Ay
er's
parilla
' .. ..... x
A compound remedy! designed to be the. most
etlectual AUeraitvt that tan be nmtlif. Jt is
a concentrated extract of Pava Barmparilla,
so combined with other, substances of 'still
greater alterative power aa to afford an effect
the antidote for the dineaae Hamuparilla ia
reputed to euro." It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
scrvjce to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
compluints :
. SCUOFUL.V AND ScitOFDTOUS COMPLAINTS,
EllUlTIONS AND ERUI'TIVE DISEASES, UlCP.HS,
Pimit.es, Blotches, Tumohs, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, Meucuiual Disease, Diiopsv, Neu
ualoia on Tic Douloureux, Debilitt, Dys
pepsia and Indigestion, Erysipelas, Rorb
on St. Anthony's Fiue, and indeed tho whole
class of complaints arising from Impurity or
tub Blood.
. This compound will be found a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
nro sipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare, themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through tho natural cliannels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when yon find it is ob
structed and sluggish in tho veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with tliis
Jiabulum of lift) disordered, thcro con bo no
asting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsnparilla has, and deserves much, tho
reputation of accomplishing these ends. Rut
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to bo concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or ruiy thing else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by largo bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed tho use of the various extracts of
Sars.iparilln which flood tho market, until the
namo itself is justly despised, and line, become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wo call tliis compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from tho load of obloquy which rest3
upon it. And. wc think wo havo ground lor
believing it has virtues which nro irresistible
by tho ordinary run of the diseases it is Intend
ed to cure. In order to secure, their complete
'eradication from the system, tho remedy rdioiild
be judiciously taken according to directions on
tho boUlo.
I mCPABED 11 T
ton. J. C. AYEll & CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, $1 per Dottle Six Dottles for $3.
; AyerY Cherry Pectoral
ha won fur luelf such a rcnorro fur tho cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for u to recount the
evidence of it virtues, whorover it lias been em
ployed. As it'ha long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need nut du more than
assure the people its quality U kept up tu tho best
it ever lias hern, and tuut it may l relied on to
do for tueir relief all it has ever been found to Uo.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills, .
t ! 1 ' fob tub ctrna or
Coslitcnen,'' Jaundice; Ditpepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Eiijsijtehs, Ileadarhe,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Teller, Taniors and
Salt Wicwn, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia; at a
Dinner Pitt, and for Purifying the Blood. " ' '
They are sugar-coated, so that 'the most sensi
tive can take tlicin pleasantly, and they arc Ihe
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physic. '
Price 25 cents per Box ; Tivo boxes for 1.03.
i breat numliers of Clergymen, Physicians, S tntcs
men, and eminent personages hare lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space- hero will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents hrlnnr named fur
nish gratis our American AImanacui which they
arc given ; with also full descriptions of Hie ;tire
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure., .
Do not be put otf by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayer'r, and tuko no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it.
All our remedies are for sale by 1
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novttiyd.twAw .
REMOVAL.
JS. Doylo c3 Oo.
TTAVE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE
XI to the South-west comer ot High and friend
street, , , ,,, .
"UP STasAIRS"
And will continue to keep on hands a Urge stock of
; BOOTS AND SHOES.:.
The attention of Merchants and Dealers Is respectfal
ly invited to our stock. 8. DUYLB St Oo.
marehS8:dtilUuly3l. .
NEW nOOP SKIRT.
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, . , No. so, south man street. '
' Have Just received a new make of HOOP SKIRTS
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for
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Merchants aad person from abroad will do well to call
and wens. sprll 1 dftneod R. A
MUST KE SOLD!
ALL THE GOODS
AT STORE
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J.T PIIIOES
TO SUIT THE TIMES!
WAR. WAR!! WAR!!!
OWING TO THE WAR BETWEEN
th Union end th Bunny South, I bar concluded
to sell ont
ALL MY GOODS,
VIM
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I The stock oonslst ef the largest lot of
WHITE GOODS,
! ' la the city ot Colombo;
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j BHILUAKTS,
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FlilDS,
801 X TOISH CAMBRICS,
CULLABS, EDQIBGB, SaTKT BBATD,
HOSIEBY, PIHS. 8UTT0KI,
8USPEXTJEBJ, BOOKS AKD EYES,
and all kinds of
, NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES;
the best HOOP SKIRTS la Columbus, snd at the
loweti prioe,
W holesale nl Retail.
Then, ladles, all, both great and small, t
Come, give me a call. .
' And then you'll find A. H. K. BToaais
. Io ell hi Ulory.
' A. M. K. 8T0BBIX, Agent,
Betnember th War I Me. 6S Town street,
aprll:d3m. , , . Columbus, Obto. .
TO BUSINESS MEN.
AN EXCELLENT CHANCE EOR
reliable business men to secure a prod table manu
facturing baslaess, requiring bat a email capital in Its
establishment and provocation.
The manufacture oonslst In th application of a pe-"
collar eom poet tion or enamel to oommoo red brick, and
a variety of other building material, ornamental archi
tectural finishing, ceilings, Ules for floors and ' for
roofing. ..
This enamel may be tinted of any color, from th
pares! white to the deepest black, with all th color
and shades between. It Impart to th article to which
Ills applied a hardness and durability almost Incredible.
and a beauty anrpaulng that of the rarest aad most oootly
oi mo variegawo. oarDies, ana, en me tnem, Is Impervi
ous to moisture, and will never lade, stain, er deterior
ate, ooning bat a fractional part of the prioe of ordinary
marbl.
It I alio valuabl for tabl and stand tops, mantle
pieces, monuments, and an endless variety of other ar ti
des ot staple use. The process of applying th enamel
I simple, while the article namcled will eommaad a
ready eale, affording large profl ts. Responsible parties
may procure licensee for manufacturing ander the pat-,
ent tor any elty or prominent Iowa la the United Btatee. ,
by applying to the subscriber A small tariff on Ihe ar
ticles manufactured will b required for th a of the)
Invention. Circulars giving full particulars will be for
warded to all applicants.
The superior merit and beauty of this enameled ball.
ing material to anything in use has the anqualifled in
dorsement of msny of the most eminent architects and
sdentide men of this and other eltles. , , ..
for particulsr address
7QHXS0K t PKAIl,
General Agents for loamsiedBuUdlng Malarial,
p9dSm. ' M NASSAU 8T.J HEW YOBI.
1 FIRST
- OPENING OF THE SEASON '
SPRING AND SUMER GOODS
A.T P. BOSE'S.
I AGAIN OFFER TO THE PCBLIO
an entire new stock of Good In my line. Just pnrca.
aaed In New Yorkat the cheapest panto ratee,all of whlcA
I shall sell at th smallest profile, for Cash, tfy eustom.
er and friend are respectfully Invited toealiand exam
ine my Goods and Price, as I am determined to nil as
cheap or oheaper than any ether house la the eity; and
as I do my own Cutting, and superintend my own basl
aess, I feel aasnred, from my long experience in busi
ness, to give general satisfaction. The finest of work- -men
a re employed, and all work done strictly to time and
abort notloe, and warranted to At. Stranger vtillln
our eity would ennsalt their Interest by giving me a call
before purchasing elsewhere. r. ROSSI,
i Merchant Tailor,
marchrMly ". ' ! ' ' Oor HlfhandTownai.
SPR1NO CLOAKS AN IS nAQtKrt
K aW STYLKB lialtt eV halt, tit. iOBiuth
High street, have Jui opened new style of Cliitti Ci
ociAaa. Biaquinia and Sicqi ta, msile In the nrw.t end .
most stylish manner. Also, Snpsrb VI
Black. Milk, very heavy, cVslnned eiprerely tot
Mantilla and Basqutne. . .iril5

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